A corporate brand may last over a century and not decay. But a brand of a person may live forever.
It is common that children cry out loud when examined in hospital. He would warm the medical device with his hands or other parts of the body first and then have children go through the diagnosis obediently, as if playing house.
Because of too many patients, he has skipped lunch for 30 years, just to have several more patients diagnosed.
Once when examining patients, he felt so sharp a pain in the stomach that he could not even straighten his back. He clutched his stomach with one hand and examined the patient with the other hand. After having examined all the patients in the evening, he was diagnosed with a gangrenous appendix, which almost killed him on the job.
He is an ordinary man, but he has made hospital going less painful by offering patients more spiritual comfort and warmth.
He works on an ordinary post as a B-type ultrasound scanner specialist. But he has served tens of thousands of patients who all speak highly of him.
He is Jia Liqun, a B-type ultrasound scanner specialist at Beijing Children's Hospital.
His motto: Build a personal brand.
To allow patients to recover from illness as soon as possible, he works day and night like a candle which burns to illuminate the skies of patients.
Thanks to him and countless others like him, we can enjoy our life happily.
There are many brands of life.
Some are inscribed with poverty.
Some are marked with integrity.
Some are engraved with dedication.
Jia's life brand: Selfless, altruistic, devoted to work, seeking truth, and dedicated to duties.